Odegaard was cleared to start life as a permanent addition at Arsenal, following his £ 30m transfer from Real Madrid, while Lacazette and Kieran Tierney returned to full training.
Martin Odegaard received full clearance
The Gunners stumbled from blocks in 2021-22, suffering back-to-back defeats in the Premier League, with untimely hitting injuries and positive Covid-19 tests making Arteta’s case few favors. The opportunity to return to the winning habit will come in the second round of the Carabao Cup clash with West Brom on Wednesday, with a number of senior stars fighting for a piece in a fixture that could act as a warm-up for Man City on Sunday. In an accessibility update on the club’s official website, Arsenal said of Martin that Martin Odegaard has now received full play permission and is available for selection.
The Gunners suffered a 2-0 reversal of the derby against London rivals Chelsea last time, with Scottish full-back Kieran Tierney and Brazilian forward Martinelli missing 90 minutes. However, positive updates have been offered to their fitness downturns. Arsenal told Kieran that Kieran Tierney has returned to full training after suffering hip spasms on Sunday. Gabriel Martinelli added that Gabriel Martinelli has returned to full training after suffering shin spasms on Sunday. Mikel Arteta will be able to shuffle his pack against West Brom, and against City, unless further knocks are picked up prior to traveling to the Etihad Stadium.
Arsenal said of Bellerin that Hector was unavailable for Sunday’s tight thigh match. Hector Bellerin is back in training and is being judged ahead of Wednesday’s match. French striker Alexandre Lacazette said Lacazette has now returned to full training after testing positive for Covid-19 and returned to full training before Wednesday’s match. An update on Brazilian defender Gabriel Magalhaes said Magalhaes suffered a right knee injury from the Brazilian Olympic squad. Gabriel Magalhaes is progressing well and is now back in training with the squad. Willian, eager to return to his native Brazil in the Corinthians, has also fully recovered from the coronavirus attack, as has Icelandic goalkeeper Alex Runarsson.